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In these challenging times, with change around every corner, invoice financing offers a way for businesses to manage cash flow and free up working capital.
Are ‘payments’ offered to loan note holders to encourage their consent to documentation changes allowed?
The European Commission has conducted a consultation on proposed changes to the TTBE and accompanying guidelines.
ACH Shoosmiths’ new Edinburgh home has hosted a meeting of the Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA) advisory council.
The GMC (Fitness to Practise and Constitution of Panels and Investigation Committee) Amendment Rules 2013 are now in force, provoking a massive response from doctors and those working in the healthcare sector.
Shoosmiths has worked with DCLM Commercial Property to help clinch a £110m deal for Marston’s.
Shoosmiths comments on access to TSB fund.
How businesses can cope with disasters.
On 9 May 2013, the Supreme Court gave judgment in the cases of Futter and another v HMRC and Pitt and another v HMRC.
Drafting references can be a legal minefield for employers.
The government has made it possible to convert Class B1 office buildings to Class C3 residential dwellings without having to apply for planning permission.
When a key employee leaves, employers can find themselves facing difficult practical and legal issues over who to replace them with.
The government is set to introduce changes to judicial review time periods in relation to planning and procurement decisions.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published new guidance on ‘bring your own device’.
The first industrial revolution lasted for 80–100 years. The pace of change today encourages us to believe that the second industrial revolution will be completed at much greater speed.
When negotiating a contract for the provision of services, the legal implications of TUPE should inform the commercial position of the parties.
Although changes to the collective redundancy consultation regime introduced last month have been well publicised, some important things are not changing.
The Growth and Infrastructure Bill finally received Royal Assent on 25 April. Amending existing legislation, it introduces reforms that will affect the planning application process.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has handed down a helpful decision on identifying the affected employees with whom information and consultation must take place on a TUPE transfer.
The TUC, Unison and UNITE have formed the Trade Union Share Owners group.